Looking for a picturesque, white sandy beach along the Ninety Mile Beach in the Gippsland Region which is patrolled? If this is you, look no further. Seaspray Beach is the place to be. The beach is patrolled on weekends and public holidays from the last week in November to Easter Monday. Always look for the flags to confirm if the beach is being patrolled and swim between the flags as its known for strong currents and deep trough.
For those not looking to swim the wide beach is a popular pristine beach where you can walk for miles and miles and miles. A great place to have a game of beach cricket with family and friends.
Slip of your shoes, let your toes enjoy the soft sand as you take in deep breaths of fresh sea air. No matter what time of year, a visit to the beach is always refreshing.
There are a number of tracks which lead you onto this gorgeous beach. Many of which the sand is covering the steps.
Reasons to visit Seaspray Beach
Seaspray is a popular destination for campers who are looking for a seaside vacation with a large camping ground across the road and lots of free camping at nearby Golden Beach.
Nearby Sale is within a 20min drive away offering the tourist a number of places to explore and for those wanting to shop.
- Prestine beach
- Nearby take away
- BBQ/picnic facilities
- Public toilets
- Patrolled beach, check the signs for times
- Surf beach
The Waves Bistro and Sandbar – Seaspray Surf Life Saving Club is a great place to grab a bite to eat or drink which offers panoramic views of the beach. Here you can sit as you watch the waves come crashing in.
Places to visit in the Gippsland Region
There is so much on offer in this scenic part of Victoria. I hear you ask “how long should I stay?” my quick response, is as long as you can!! From the iconic McKillops Bridge, the caves at Buchan Reserve, Lakes Entrance, Sale to name just a few of the wonderful places to visit.
Below are some of the scenic places we explored on our 4 day lightening trip. Click on the links to learn more:
- Buchan Reserve, Buchan
- Little River Falls, Wulgulmerang East
- Little River Gorge, Wulgulmerang East
- McKillops Bridge, Deddick Valley
- Ambyne Suspension Bridge, Deddick Valley
- Pettmans Beach, Lake Tyers
- Shelleys Beach, Lake Tyers
- Lakes Entrance
- Golden Beach
Seaspray Beach Location
Seaspray Beach is situated on the shoreline of Bass Strait in the Gippsland Region of Victoria.
- Approximately 169km, 2hrs from Buchan Reserve
- Approximately 228km, 2hrs 35mins from Melbourne CBD
- Approximately 22km, 18mins from Sale
- Approximately 127km, 1hr 35mins from Lakes Entrance